Tarzana residents are zoned to schools in the Los Angeles Unified School District. The area is within Board District 4. As of 2011, Steve Zimmer represents the district. Zimmer's current term ends in 2013.
Zoned elementary schools include:
- Wilbur Avenue Elementary School
- Nestle Avenue Elementary School
- Vanalden Elementary School
- Tarzana Elementary School
Zoned middle schools include:
- Portola Middle School
Zoned high schools serving Tarzana include:
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